#!/bin/sh # # Support: users@clusterlabs.org # License: GNU General Public License (GPL) # # Resource Agent for domains managed by the libvirt API. # Requires a running libvirt daemon (libvirtd). # # (c) 2008-2010 Florian Haas, Dejan Muhamedagic, # and Linux-HA contributors # # usage: $0 {start|stop|status|monitor|migrate_to|migrate_from|meta-data|validate-all} # ####################################################################### # Initialization: : ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR=${OCF_ROOT}/lib/heartbeat} . ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR}/ocf-shellfuncs # Defaults OCF_RESKEY_config_default="" OCF_RESKEY_migration_transport_default="" OCF_RESKEY_migration_downtime_default=0 OCF_RESKEY_migration_speed_default=0 OCF_RESKEY_migration_network_suffix_default="" OCF_RESKEY_force_stop_default=0 OCF_RESKEY_monitor_scripts_default="" OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_cpu_default="true" OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_host_memory_default="true" OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_hv_memory_default="true" OCF_RESKEY_migrateport_default=$(( 49152 + $(ocf_maybe_random) % 64 )) OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_timeout_default=90000 OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop_default=false OCF_RESKEY_sync_config_on_stop_default=false OCF_RESKEY_snapshot_default="" OCF_RESKEY_backingfile_default="" OCF_RESKEY_stateless_default="false" OCF_RESKEY_copyindirs_default="" OCF_RESKEY_shutdown_mode_default="" OCF_RESKEY_start_resources_default="false" : ${OCF_RESKEY_config=${OCF_RESKEY_config_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_transport=${OCF_RESKEY_migration_transport_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_downtime=${OCF_RESKEY_migration_downtime_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_speed=${OCF_RESKEY_migration_speed_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_network_suffix=${OCF_RESKEY_migration_network_suffix_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_force_stop=${OCF_RESKEY_force_stop_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_monitor_scripts=${OCF_RESKEY_monitor_scripts_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_cpu=${OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_cpu_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_host_memory=${OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_host_memory_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_hv_memory=${OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_hv_memory_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_migrateport=${OCF_RESKEY_migrateport_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_timeout=${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_timeout_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop=${OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_sync_config_on_stop=${OCF_RESKEY_sync_config_on_stop_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_snapshot=${OCF_RESKEY_snapshot_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_backingfile=${OCF_RESKEY_backingfile_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_stateless=${OCF_RESKEY_stateless_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_copyindirs=${OCF_RESKEY_copyindirs_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_shutdown_mode=${OCF_RESKEY_shutdown_mode_default}} : ${OCF_RESKEY_start_resources=${OCF_RESKEY_start_resources_default}} if ocf_is_true ${OCF_RESKEY_sync_config_on_stop}; then OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop="true" fi ####################################################################### ## I'd very much suggest to make this RA use bash, ## and then use magic $SECONDS. ## But for now: NOW=$(date +%s) usage() { echo "usage: $0 {start|stop|status|monitor|migrate_to|migrate_from|meta-data|validate-all}" } VirtualDomain_meta_data() { cat < 1.1 Resource agent for a virtual domain (a.k.a. domU, virtual machine, virtual environment etc., depending on context) managed by libvirtd. Manages virtual domains through the libvirt virtualization framework Absolute path to the libvirt configuration file, for this virtual domain. Virtual domain configuration file Hypervisor URI to connect to. See the libvirt documentation for details on supported URI formats. The default is system dependent. Determine the system's default uri by running 'virsh --quiet uri'. Hypervisor URI Always forcefully shut down ("destroy") the domain on stop. The default behavior is to resort to a forceful shutdown only after a graceful shutdown attempt has failed. You should only set this to true if your virtual domain (or your virtualization backend) does not support graceful shutdown. Always force shutdown on stop Transport used to connect to the remote hypervisor while migrating. Please refer to the libvirt documentation for details on transports available. If this parameter is omitted, the resource will use libvirt's default transport to connect to the remote hypervisor. Remote hypervisor transport The username will be used in the remote libvirt remoteuri/migrateuri. No user will be given (which means root) in the username if omitted If remoteuri is set, migration_user will be ignored. Remote username for the remoteuri Define max downtime during live migration in milliseconds Live migration downtime Define live migration speed per resource in MiB/s Live migration speed Use a dedicated migration network. The migration URI is composed by adding this parameters value to the end of the node name. If the node name happens to be an FQDN (as opposed to an unqualified host name), insert the suffix immediately prior to the first period (.) in the FQDN. At the moment Qemu/KVM and Xen migration via a dedicated network is supported. Note: Be sure this composed host name is locally resolvable and the associated IP is reachable through the favored network. This suffix will be added to the remoteuri and migrateuri parameters. See also the migrate_options parameter below. Migration network host name suffix You can also specify here if the calculated migrate URI is unsuitable for your environment. If migrateuri is set then migration_network_suffix, migrateport and --migrateuri in migrate_options are effectively ignored. Use "%n" as the placeholder for the target node name. Please refer to the libvirt documentation for details on guest migration. Custom migrateuri for migration state transfer Extra virsh options for the guest live migration. You can also specify here --migrateuri if the calculated migrate URI is unsuitable for your environment. If --migrateuri is set then migration_network_suffix and migrateport are effectively ignored. Use "%n" as the placeholder for the target node name. Please refer to the libvirt documentation for details on guest migration. live migrate options To additionally monitor services within the virtual domain, add this parameter with a list of scripts to monitor. Note: when monitor scripts are used, the start and migrate_from operations will complete only when all monitor scripts have completed successfully. Be sure to set the timeout of these operations to accommodate this delay. space-separated list of monitor scripts If set true, the agent will detect the number of domainU's vCPUs from virsh, and put it into the CPU utilization of the resource when the monitor is executed. Enable auto-setting the CPU utilization of the resource If set true, the agent will detect the number of *Max memory* from virsh, and put it into the host_memory utilization of the resource when the monitor is executed. Enable auto-setting the host_memory utilization of the resource If set true, the agent will detect the number of *Max memory* from virsh, and put it into the hv_memory utilization of the resource when the monitor is executed. Enable auto-setting the hv_memory utilization of the resource This port will be used in the qemu migrateuri. If unset, the port will be a random highport. Port for migrateuri Use this URI as virsh connection URI to commuicate with a remote hypervisor. If remoteuri is set then migration_user and migration_network_suffix are effectively ignored. Use "%n" as the placeholder for the target node name. Please refer to the libvirt documentation for details on guest migration. Custom remoteuri to communicate with a remote hypervisor Changes to a running VM's config are normally lost on stop. This parameter instructs the RA to save the configuration back to the xml file provided in the "config" parameter. Save running VM's config back to its config file Setting this automatically enables save_config_on_stop. When enabled this parameter instructs the RA to call csync2 -x to synchronize the file to all nodes. csync2 must be properly set up for this to work. Save running VM's config back to its config file Path to the snapshot directory where the virtual machine image will be stored. When this parameter is set, the virtual machine's RAM state will be saved to a file in the snapshot directory when stopped. If on start a state file is present for the domain, the domain will be restored to the same state it was in right before it stopped last. This option is incompatible with the 'force_stop' option. Restore state on start/stop When the VM is used in Copy-On-Write mode, this is the backing file to use (with its full path). The VMs image will be created based on this backing file. This backing file will never be changed during the life of the VM. If the VM is wanted to work with Copy-On-Write mode, this is the backing file to use (with its full path) If set to true and backingfile is defined, the start of the VM will systematically create a new qcow2 based on the backing file, therefore the VM will always be stateless. If set to false, the start of the VM will use the COW (<vmname>.qcow2) file if it exists, otherwise the first start will create a new qcow2 based on the backing file given as backingfile. If set to true, the (<vmname>.qcow2) file will be re-created at each start, based on the backing file (if defined) List of directories for the virt-copy-in before booting the VM. Used only in stateless mode. List of directories for the virt-copy-in before booting the VM stateless mode. virsh shutdown method to use. Please verify that it is supported by your virsh toolsed with 'virsh help shutdown' When this parameter is set --mode shutdown_mode is passed as an additional argument to the 'virsh shutdown' command. One can use this option in case default acpi method does not work. Verify that this mode is supported by your VM. By default --mode is not passed. Instruct virsh to use specific shutdown mode Start the virtual storage pools and networks used by the virtual machine before starting it or before live migrating it. Ensure the needed virtual storage pools and networks are started EOF } set_util_attr() { local attr=$1 val=$2 local cval outp cval=$(crm_resource -Q -r $OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE -z -g $attr 2>/dev/null) if [ $? -ne 0 ] && [ -z "$cval" ]; then crm_resource -Q -r $OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE -z -g $attr 2>&1 | grep -e "not connected" > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then ocf_log debug "Unable to set utilization attribute, cib is not available" return fi fi if [ "$cval" != "$val" ]; then outp=$(crm_resource -r $OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE -z -p $attr -v $val 2>&1) || ocf_log warn "crm_resource failed to set utilization attribute $attr: $outp" fi } update_utilization() { local dom_cpu dom_mem if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_cpu"; then dom_cpu=$(LANG=C virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS dominfo ${DOMAIN_NAME} 2>/dev/null | awk '/CPU\(s\)/{print $2}') test -n "$dom_cpu" && set_util_attr cpu $dom_cpu fi if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_host_memory"; then dom_mem=$(LANG=C virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS dominfo ${DOMAIN_NAME} 2>/dev/null | awk '/Max memory/{printf("%d", $3/1024)}') test -n "$dom_mem" && set_util_attr host_memory "$dom_mem" fi if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_autoset_utilization_hv_memory"; then dom_mem=$(LANG=C virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS dominfo ${DOMAIN_NAME} 2>/dev/null | awk '/Max memory/{printf("%d", $3/1024)}') test -n "$dom_mem" && set_util_attr hv_memory "$dom_mem" fi } get_emulator() { local emulator="" emulator=$(virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS dumpxml $DOMAIN_NAME 2>/dev/null | sed -n -e 's/^.*\(.*\)<\/emulator>.*$/\1/p') if [ -z "$emulator" ] && [ -e "$EMULATOR_STATE" ]; then emulator=$(cat $EMULATOR_STATE) fi if [ -z "$emulator" ]; then emulator=$(cat ${OCF_RESKEY_config} | sed -n -e 's/^.*\(.*\)<\/emulator>.*$/\1/p') fi if [ -n "$emulator" ]; then basename $emulator fi } update_emulator_cache() { local emulator emulator=$(get_emulator) if [ -n "$emulator" ]; then echo $emulator > $EMULATOR_STATE fi } # attempt to check domain status outside of libvirt using the emulator process pid_status() { local rc=$OCF_ERR_GENERIC local emulator=$(get_emulator) # An emulator is not required, so only report message in debug mode local loglevel="debug" if ocf_is_probe; then loglevel="notice" fi case "$emulator" in qemu-kvm|qemu-dm|qemu-system-*) rc=$OCF_NOT_RUNNING ps awx | grep -E "[q]emu-(kvm|dm|system).*-name ($DOMAIN_NAME|[^ ]*guest=$DOMAIN_NAME(,[^ ]*)?) " > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then rc=$OCF_SUCCESS fi ;; libvirt_lxc) rc=$OCF_NOT_RUNNING ps awx | grep -E "[l]ibvirt_lxc.*-name ($DOMAIN_NAME|[^ ]*guest=$DOMAIN_NAME(,[^ ]*)?) " > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then rc=$OCF_SUCCESS fi ;; # This can be expanded to check for additional emulators *) # We may be running xen with PV domains, they don't # have an emulator set. try xl list or xen-lists if have_binary xl; then rc=$OCF_NOT_RUNNING xl list $DOMAIN_NAME >/dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then rc=$OCF_SUCCESS fi elif have_binary xen-list; then rc=$OCF_NOT_RUNNING xen-list $DOMAIN_NAME 2>/dev/null | grep -qs "State.*[-r][-b][-p]--" 2>/dev/null if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then rc=$OCF_SUCCESS fi else ocf_log $loglevel "Unable to determine emulator for $DOMAIN_NAME" fi ;; esac if [ $rc -eq $OCF_SUCCESS ]; then ocf_log debug "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME is currently running." elif [ $rc -eq $OCF_NOT_RUNNING ]; then ocf_log debug "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME is currently not running." fi return $rc } VirtualDomain_status() { local try=0 rc=$OCF_ERR_GENERIC status="no state" while [ "$status" = "no state" ]; do try=$(($try + 1 )) status=$(LANG=C virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS domstate $DOMAIN_NAME 2>&1 | tr 'A-Z' 'a-z') case "$status" in *"error:"*"domain not found"|*"error:"*"failed to get domain"*|"shut off") # shut off: domain is defined, but not started, will not happen if # domain is created but not defined # "Domain not found" or "failed to get domain": domain is not defined # and thus not started ocf_log debug "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME is not running: $(echo $status | sed s/error://g)" rc=$OCF_NOT_RUNNING ;; running|paused|idle|blocked|"in shutdown") # running: domain is currently actively consuming cycles # paused: domain is paused (suspended) # idle: domain is running but idle # blocked: synonym for idle used by legacy Xen versions # in shutdown: the domain is in process of shutting down, but has not completely shutdown or crashed. ocf_log debug "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME is currently $status." rc=$OCF_SUCCESS ;; ""|*"failed to "*"connect to the hypervisor"*|"no state") # Empty string may be returned when virsh does not # receive a reply from libvirtd. # "no state" may occur when the domain is currently # being migrated (on the migration target only), or # whenever virsh can't reliably obtain the domain # state. status="no state" if [ "$__OCF_ACTION" = "stop" ] && [ $try -ge 3 ]; then # During the stop operation, we want to bail out # quickly, so as to be able to force-stop (destroy) # the domain if necessary. ocf_log error "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME has no state during stop operation, bailing out." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC; elif [ "$__OCF_ACTION" = "monitor" ]; then pid_status rc=$? if [ $rc -ne $OCF_ERR_GENERIC ]; then # we've successfully determined the domains status outside of libvirt return $rc fi else # During all other actions, we just wait and try # again, relying on the CRM/LRM to time us out if # this takes too long. ocf_log info "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME currently has no state, retrying." fi sleep 1 ;; *) # any other output is unexpected. ocf_log error "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME has unknown status \"$status\"!" sleep 1 ;; esac done return $rc } # virsh undefine removes configuration files if they are in # directories which are managed by libvirt. such directories # include also subdirectories of /etc (for instance # /etc/libvirt/*) which may be surprising. VirtualDomain didn't # include the undefine call before, hence this wasn't an issue # before. # # There seems to be no way to find out which directories are # managed by libvirt. # verify_undefined() { local tmpf if virsh --connect=${OCF_RESKEY_hypervisor} list --all --name 2>/dev/null | grep -wqs "$DOMAIN_NAME" then tmpf=$(mktemp -t vmcfgsave.XXXXXX) if [ ! -r "$tmpf" ]; then ocf_log warn "unable to create temp file, disk full?" # we must undefine the domain virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS undefine $DOMAIN_NAME > /dev/null 2>&1 else cp -p $OCF_RESKEY_config $tmpf virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS undefine $DOMAIN_NAME > /dev/null 2>&1 [ -f $OCF_RESKEY_config ] || cp -f $tmpf $OCF_RESKEY_config rm -f $tmpf fi fi } start_resources() { local virsh_opts="--connect=$1 --quiet" local pool_state net_state for pool in `sed -n "s/^.*pool=['\"]\([^'\"]\+\)['\"].*\$/\1/gp" ${OCF_RESKEY_config} | sort | uniq`; do pool_state=`LANG=C virsh ${virsh_opts} pool-info ${pool} | sed -n 's/^State: \+\(.*\)$/\1/gp'` if [ "$pool_state" != "running" ]; then virsh ${virsh_opts} pool-start $pool if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed to start required virtual storage pool ${pool}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi else virsh ${virsh_opts} pool-refresh $pool fi done for net in `sed -n "s/^.*network=['\"]\([^'\"]\+\)['\"].*\$/\1/gp" ${OCF_RESKEY_config} | sort | uniq`; do net_state=`LANG=C virsh ${virsh_opts} net-info ${net} | sed -n 's/^Active: \+\(.*\)$/\1/gp'` if [ "$net_state" != "yes" ]; then virsh ${virsh_opts} net-start $net if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed to start required virtual network ${net}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi fi done return $OCF_SUCCESS } VirtualDomain_start() { local snapshotimage if VirtualDomain_status; then ocf_log info "Virtual domain $DOMAIN_NAME already running." return $OCF_SUCCESS fi # systemd drop-in to stop domain before libvirtd terminates services # during shutdown/reboot if systemd_is_running ; then systemd_drop_in "99-VirtualDomain-libvirt" "After" "libvirtd.service" systemd_drop_in "99-VirtualDomain-machines" "Wants" "virt-guest-shutdown.target" systemctl start virt-guest-shutdown.target fi snapshotimage="$OCF_RESKEY_snapshot/${DOMAIN_NAME}.state" if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_snapshot" -a -f "$snapshotimage" ]; then virsh restore $snapshotimage if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then rm -f $snapshotimage return $OCF_SUCCESS fi ocf_exit_reason "Failed to restore ${DOMAIN_NAME} from state file in ${OCF_RESKEY_snapshot} directory." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi # Make sure domain is undefined before creating. # The 'create' command guarantees that the domain will be # undefined on shutdown, but requires the domain to be undefined. # if a user defines the domain # outside of this agent, we have to ensure that the domain # is restored to an 'undefined' state before creating. verify_undefined if ocf_is_true "${OCF_RESKEY_start_resources}"; then start_resources ${OCF_RESKEY_hypervisor} rc=$? if [ $rc -eq $OCF_ERR_GENERIC ]; then return $rc fi fi if [ -z "${OCF_RESKEY_backingfile}" ]; then virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS create ${OCF_RESKEY_config} if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed to start virtual domain ${DOMAIN_NAME}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi else if ocf_is_true "${OCF_RESKEY_stateless}" || [ ! -s "${OCF_RESKEY_config%%.*}.qcow2" ]; then # Create the Stateless image dirconfig=`dirname ${OCF_RESKEY_config}` qemu-img create -f qcow2 -b ${OCF_RESKEY_backingfile} ${OCF_RESKEY_config%%.*}.qcow2 if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed qemu-img create ${DOMAIN_NAME} with backing file ${OCF_RESKEY_backingfile}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi virsh define ${OCF_RESKEY_config} if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed to define virtual domain ${DOMAIN_NAME}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_copyindirs}" ]; then # Inject copyindirs directories and files virt-copy-in -d ${DOMAIN_NAME} ${OCF_RESKEY_copyindirs} / if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed on virt-copy-in command ${DOMAIN_NAME}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi fi else virsh define ${OCF_RESKEY_config} if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed to define virtual domain ${DOMAIN_NAME}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi fi virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS start ${DOMAIN_NAME} if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Failed to start virtual domain ${DOMAIN_NAME}." return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi fi while ! VirtualDomain_monitor; do sleep 1 done return $OCF_SUCCESS } force_stop() { local out ex translate local status=0 ocf_log info "Issuing forced shutdown (destroy) request for domain ${DOMAIN_NAME}." out=$(LANG=C virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS destroy ${DOMAIN_NAME} 2>&1) ex=$? translate=$(echo $out|tr 'A-Z' 'a-z') echo >&2 "$translate" case $ex$translate in *"error:"*"domain is not running"*|*"error:"*"domain not found"*|\ *"error:"*"failed to get domain"*) : ;; # unexpected path to the intended outcome, all is well [!0]*) ocf_exit_reason "forced stop failed" return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC ;; 0*) while [ $status != $OCF_NOT_RUNNING ]; do VirtualDomain_status status=$? done ;; esac return $OCF_SUCCESS } sync_config(){ ocf_log info "Syncing $DOMAIN_NAME config file with csync2 -x ${OCF_RESKEY_config}" if ! csync2 -x ${OCF_RESKEY_config}; then ocf_log warn "Syncing ${OCF_RESKEY_config} failed."; fi } save_config(){ CFGTMP=$(mktemp -t vmcfgsave.XXX) virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS dumpxml --inactive --security-info ${DOMAIN_NAME} > ${CFGTMP} if [ -s ${CFGTMP} ]; then if ! cmp -s ${CFGTMP} ${OCF_RESKEY_config}; then if virt-xml-validate ${CFGTMP} domain 2>/dev/null ; then ocf_log info "Saving domain $DOMAIN_NAME to ${OCF_RESKEY_config}. Please make sure it's present on all nodes or sync_config_on_stop is on." if cat ${CFGTMP} > ${OCF_RESKEY_config} ; then ocf_log info "Saved $DOMAIN_NAME domain's configuration to ${OCF_RESKEY_config}." if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_sync_config_on_stop"; then sync_config fi else ocf_log warn "Moving ${CFGTMP} to ${OCF_RESKEY_config} failed." fi else ocf_log warn "Domain $DOMAIN_NAME config failed to validate after dump. Skipping config update." fi fi else ocf_log warn "Domain $DOMAIN_NAME config has 0 size. Skipping config update." fi rm -f ${CFGTMP} } VirtualDomain_stop() { local i local status local shutdown_timeout local needshutdown=1 VirtualDomain_status status=$? case $status in $OCF_SUCCESS) if ocf_is_true $OCF_RESKEY_force_stop; then # if force stop, don't bother attempting graceful shutdown. force_stop return $? fi ocf_log info "Issuing graceful shutdown request for domain ${DOMAIN_NAME}." if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_snapshot" ]; then virsh save $DOMAIN_NAME "$OCF_RESKEY_snapshot/${DOMAIN_NAME}.state" if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then needshutdown=0 else ocf_log error "Failed to save snapshot state of ${DOMAIN_NAME} on stop" fi fi # save config if needed if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop"; then save_config fi # issue the shutdown if save state didn't shutdown for us if [ $needshutdown -eq 1 ]; then # Issue a graceful shutdown request if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_shutdown_mode}" ]; then shutdown_opts="--mode ${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_shutdown_mode}" fi virsh $VIRSH_OPTIONS shutdown ${DOMAIN_NAME} $shutdown_opts fi # The "shutdown_timeout" we use here is the operation # timeout specified in the CIB, minus 5 seconds shutdown_timeout=$(( $NOW + ($OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_timeout/1000) -5 )) # Loop on status until we reach $shutdown_timeout while [ $NOW -lt $shutdown_timeout ]; do VirtualDomain_status status=$? case $status in $OCF_NOT_RUNNING) # This was a graceful shutdown. return $OCF_SUCCESS ;; $OCF_SUCCESS) # Domain is still running, keep # waiting (until shutdown_timeout # expires) sleep 1 ;; *) # Something went wrong. Bail out and # resort to forced stop (destroy). break; esac NOW=$(date +%s) done ;; $OCF_NOT_RUNNING) ocf_log info "Domain $DOMAIN_NAME already stopped." return $OCF_SUCCESS esac # OK. Now if the above graceful shutdown hasn't worked, kill # off the domain with destroy. If that too does not work, # have the LRM time us out. force_stop } mk_migrateuri() { local target_node local migrate_target local hypervisor target_node="$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_migrate_target" # A typical migration URI via a special migration network looks # like "tcp://bar-mig:49152". The port would be randomly chosen # by libvirt from the range 49152-49215 if omitted, at least since # version 0.7.4 ... if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_migration_network_suffix}" ]; then hypervisor="${OCF_RESKEY_hypervisor%%[+:]*}" # Hostname might be a FQDN migrate_target=$(echo ${target_node} | sed -e "s,^\([^.]\+\),\1${OCF_RESKEY_migration_network_suffix},") case $hypervisor in qemu) # For quiet ancient libvirt versions a migration port is needed # and the URI must not contain the "//". Newer versions can handle # the "bad" URI. echo "tcp:${migrate_target}:${OCF_RESKEY_migrateport}" ;; xen) echo "${migrate_target}" ;; *) ocf_log warn "$DOMAIN_NAME: Migration via dedicated network currently not supported for ${hypervisor}." ;; esac fi } VirtualDomain_migrate_to() { local rc local target_node local remoteuri local transport_suffix local migrateuri local migrate_opts local migrate_pid target_node="$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_migrate_target" if VirtualDomain_status; then # Find out the remote hypervisor to connect to. That is, turn # something like "qemu://foo:9999/system" into # "qemu+tcp://bar:9999/system" if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_remoteuri}" ]; then remoteuri=`echo "${OCF_RESKEY_remoteuri}" | sed "s/%n/$target_node/g"` else if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_migration_transport}" ]; then transport_suffix="+${OCF_RESKEY_migration_transport}" fi # append user defined suffix if virsh target should differ from cluster node name if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_migration_network_suffix}" ]; then # Hostname might be a FQDN target_node=$(echo ${target_node} | sed -e "s,^\([^.]\+\),\1${OCF_RESKEY_migration_network_suffix},") fi # a remote user has been defined to connect to target_node if echo ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_user} | grep -q "^[a-z][-a-z0-9]*$" ; then target_node="${OCF_RESKEY_migration_user}@${target_node}" fi # Scared of that sed expression? So am I. :-) remoteuri=$(echo ${OCF_RESKEY_hypervisor} | sed -e "s,\(.*\)://[^/:]*\(:\?[0-9]*\)/\(.*\),\1${transport_suffix}://${target_node}\2/\3,") fi # User defined migrateuri or do we make one? migrate_opts="$OCF_RESKEY_migrate_options" # migration_uri is directly set if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_migrateuri}" ]; then migrateuri=`echo "${OCF_RESKEY_migrateuri}" | sed "s/%n/$target_node/g"` # extract migrationuri from options elif echo "$migrate_opts" | fgrep -qs -- "--migrateuri="; then migrateuri=`echo "$migrate_opts" | sed "s/.*--migrateuri=\([^ ]*\).*/\1/;s/%n/$target_node/g"` # auto generate else migrateuri=`mk_migrateuri` fi # remove --migrateuri from migration_opts migrate_opts=`echo "$migrate_opts" | sed "s/\(.*\)--migrateuri=[^ ]*\(.*\)/\1\2/"` # save config if needed if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop"; then save_config fi if ocf_is_true "${OCF_RESKEY_start_resources}"; then start_resources $remoteuri rc=$? if [ $rc -eq $OCF_ERR_GENERIC ]; then return $rc fi fi # Live migration speed limit if [ ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_speed} -ne 0 ]; then ocf_log info "$DOMAIN_NAME: Setting live migration speed limit for $DOMAIN_NAME (using: virsh ${VIRSH_OPTIONS} migrate-setspeed $DOMAIN_NAME ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_speed})." virsh ${VIRSH_OPTIONS} migrate-setspeed $DOMAIN_NAME ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_speed} fi # OK, we know where to connect to. Now do the actual migration. ocf_log info "$DOMAIN_NAME: Starting live migration to ${target_node} (using: virsh ${VIRSH_OPTIONS} migrate --live $migrate_opts $DOMAIN_NAME $remoteuri $migrateuri)." virsh ${VIRSH_OPTIONS} migrate --live $migrate_opts $DOMAIN_NAME $remoteuri $migrateuri & migrate_pid=${!} # Live migration downtime interval # Note: You can set downtime only while live migration is in progress if [ ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_downtime} -ne 0 ]; then sleep 2 ocf_log info "$DOMAIN_NAME: Setting live migration downtime for $DOMAIN_NAME (using: virsh ${VIRSH_OPTIONS} migrate-setmaxdowntime $DOMAIN_NAME ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_downtime})." virsh ${VIRSH_OPTIONS} migrate-setmaxdowntime $DOMAIN_NAME ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_downtime} fi wait ${migrate_pid} rc=$? if [ $rc -ne 0 ]; then ocf_exit_reason "$DOMAIN_NAME: live migration to ${target_node} failed: $rc" return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC else ocf_log info "$DOMAIN_NAME: live migration to ${target_node} succeeded." return $OCF_SUCCESS fi else ocf_exit_reason "$DOMAIN_NAME: migrate_to: Not active locally!" return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi } VirtualDomain_migrate_from() { # systemd drop-in to stop domain before libvirtd terminates services # during shutdown/reboot if systemd_is_running ; then systemd_drop_in "99-VirtualDomain-libvirt" "After" "libvirtd.service" systemd_drop_in "99-VirtualDomain-machines" "Wants" "virt-guest-shutdown.target" systemctl start virt-guest-shutdown.target fi while ! VirtualDomain_monitor; do sleep 1 done ocf_log info "$DOMAIN_NAME: live migration from ${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_migrate_source} succeeded." # save config if needed if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop"; then save_config fi return $OCF_SUCCESS } VirtualDomain_monitor() { # First, check the domain status. If that returns anything other # than $OCF_SUCCESS, something is definitely wrong. VirtualDomain_status rc=$? if [ ${rc} -eq ${OCF_SUCCESS} ]; then # OK, the generic status check turned out fine. Now, if we # have monitor scripts defined, run them one after another. for script in ${OCF_RESKEY_monitor_scripts}; do script_output="$($script 2>&1)" script_rc=$? if [ ${script_rc} -ne ${OCF_SUCCESS} ]; then # A monitor script returned a non-success exit # code. Stop iterating over the list of scripts, log a # warning message, and propagate $OCF_ERR_GENERIC. ocf_exit_reason "Monitor command \"${script}\" for domain ${DOMAIN_NAME} returned ${script_rc} with output: ${script_output}" rc=$OCF_ERR_GENERIC break else ocf_log debug "Monitor command \"${script}\" for domain ${DOMAIN_NAME} completed successfully with output: ${script_output}" fi done fi update_emulator_cache update_utilization # Save configuration on monitor as well, so we will have a better chance of # having fresh and up to date config files on all nodes. if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_save_config_on_stop"; then save_config fi return ${rc} } VirtualDomain_validate_all() { if ocf_is_true $OCF_RESKEY_force_stop && [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_snapshot" ]; then ocf_exit_reason "The 'force_stop' and 'snapshot' options can not be used together." return $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED fi # check if we can read the config file (otherwise we're unable to # deduce $DOMAIN_NAME from it, see below) if [ ! -r $OCF_RESKEY_config ]; then if ocf_is_probe; then ocf_log info "Configuration file $OCF_RESKEY_config not readable during probe." elif [ "$__OCF_ACTION" = "stop" ]; then ocf_log info "Configuration file $OCF_RESKEY_config not readable, resource considered stopped." else ocf_exit_reason "Configuration file $OCF_RESKEY_config does not exist or not readable." fi return $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED fi if [ -z $DOMAIN_NAME ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Unable to determine domain name." return $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED fi # Check if csync2 is available when config tells us we might need it. if ocf_is_true $OCF_RESKEY_sync_config_on_stop; then check_binary csync2 fi # Check if migration_speed is a decimal value if ! ocf_is_decimal ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_speed}; then ocf_exit_reason "migration_speed has to be a decimal value" return $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED fi # Check if migration_downtime is a decimal value if ! ocf_is_decimal ${OCF_RESKEY_migration_downtime}; then ocf_exit_reason "migration_downtime has to be a decimal value" return $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED fi if ocf_is_true "${OCF_RESKEY_stateless}" && [ -z "${OCF_RESKEY_backingfile}" ]; then ocf_exit_reason "Stateless functionality can't be achieved without a backing file." return $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED fi } VirtualDomain_getconfig() { # Grab the virsh uri default, but only if hypervisor isn't set : ${OCF_RESKEY_hypervisor=$(virsh --quiet uri 2>/dev/null)} # Set options to be passed to virsh: VIRSH_OPTIONS="--connect=${OCF_RESKEY_hypervisor} --quiet" # Retrieve the domain name from the xml file. DOMAIN_NAME=`egrep '[[:space:]]*.*[[:space:]]*$' ${OCF_RESKEY_config} 2>/dev/null | sed -e 's/[[:space:]]*\(.*\)<\/name>[[:space:]]*$/\1/'` EMULATOR_STATE="${HA_RSCTMP}/VirtualDomain-${DOMAIN_NAME}-emu.state" } OCF_REQUIRED_PARAMS="config" OCF_REQUIRED_BINARIES="virsh sed" ocf_rarun $*